And it is absolutely miniscule - only slightly larger than a quails egg but perfectly formed.
I thought she was going to lay soon as a couple of days ago she was sitting on top of Maude when she was in the nesting box laying her egg. Maude was completely unfazed.
Edna's sister Mavis hasn't laid anything yet, so perhaps it won't be long now.
The chickens are doing amazingly. Up until today I had 10 laying chickens - some of which are 4 years old now and more often that not I was getting 9 or 10 egg a day! Now there's 11 laying. Good old Edna.
This is Edna, she's a beautiful Silver Laced Wyandotte
And Mavis, her sister, a gold laced Wyandotte.
Here's some of the other's having a wee snack, King Bertie's bottom, Elizabeth and Gertrude.
Two days worth of eggs!